REALShare Gets to Know Frederick Commercial Real Estate Agent Ashleigh Kiggans BY: AMANDA LEE, Frederick County Office of Economic Development
It’s probably no surprise to anyone reading this blog, but the real estate market is red hot.
Twelve months ago, very few had ever known the term COVID-19, but now the world has experienced the impact of the devastating contagion and can see the light, at the end of tunnel. How quickly will the economy recover?
While activity in sales volume fell off considerably from recent quarters, the largest transactions of Q3 2020 reflect product diversity in the local market.
…but there is one notable property that has changed hands for the third time in 9 years!
The Hot Zone is the title of one of my favorite books. Published in 1994, this non-fiction thriller covers the origins and few terrifying outbreaks of deadly infectious viruses including Ebola and Marburg.
After only 5 agricultural land sales over 100 acres in 2019, a rebound in activity appears to be in store for 2020.
Multifamily and Downtown Mixed-Use properties dominate the product type sold, with the Anson Smith downtown mixed-use portfolio capturing 25% of the number of transactions … and why Springsteen?
While overall lease activity in the first 6 months of this year is well below averages, the square feet of office space is the highest in 3 years during the same periods.
It’s almost impossible to write a blog article right now that doesn’t concern COVID-19 in some way, shape, or form.